A tight-knit team of FBI investigators, along with their District Attorney supervisor, is suddenly torn apart when they discover that one of their own teenage daughters has been brutally murdered. Storyline: In 1999, retired Argentinian federal justice agent Benjamin Esposito is writing a novel, using an old closed case as the source material.
Look, this isn't a terrible thriller, but the emotional beats you are carried through are just the same of the original, it really seemed to be watching a cheap version of it. In the end we are treated to a fine thriller that doesn't live up to its potential and only manages to justify its length thanks to memories of the original and the same emotions instead of relevant improvement and originality. The only sensible reason to watch this pathetic disaster is for the students of cinema, cinematography and everything related, and analysts (professional and amateurs) as a study. Yet, despite loving the original, I wasn't going into this one ready to bitch about it.
It is way too reminiscent of the original and at some moments I really felt exactly when I saw it. It is not first neither last time Hollywood butchered great script and created mockery of art.
In addition to seeing the extreme grief of the victim's husband Ricardo Morales, Benjamin, his assistant Pablo Sandoval, and newly hired department chief Irene Menendez-Hastings were personally affected by the case as Benjamin and Pablo tracked the killer, hence the reason why the unsatisfactory ending to the case has always bothered him. I am someone who is very sniffy about remakes, but hey if you have an fascinating premise that can be explored through various styles and dynamics I am all for it.

I can maybe think of one thing that was improved upon and that is mainly thanks to Julia Roberts' talent. Despite the department already having two other suspects, Benjamin and Pablo ultimately were certain that a man named Isidoro Gomez is the real killer.
Especially in this case, I think that keeping some of the core material and turning other parts completely around could have made for a fascinating narrative, unfortunately the American remake, with the exception of maybe two or three ides, doesn't improve, explore or further the original in anyway and sometimes even edges the shot-by-shot remake treatment. The score is something that positively sticks out and probably the purest good thing to come out of the film. A poetic, heartbreaking, beautifully acted, thriller from Argintinia gets turned into barely watchable mush.
Although he is aware that historical accuracy is not paramount for the novel, the process of revisiting the case is more an issue of closure for him. The film is also inconsistent with tone and I am not sure they understood the fascination of the original because a lot of the focus points are just sidelined or shoehorned in.
Argintinia alone has been steadily putting out gem after gem, maybe we will have a mini fest on that country's output and forget bad remakes for a while.
There is no tension, no suspense and sorry to say it made me realise even more how outstanding was Soledad Villamil and Ricardo Darin. A  I learned something from every man I met or exchanged emails with, and Lou taught me a few words in Spanish.A  Ole!

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